This ancient city is built on the water, lying on 122 islands, bound by 400 bridges. The historic part of the city is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Old Venice is a center of international tourism of world significance. It hosts international film festivals and exhibitions. Venezuela – the center of Venetto. The … Read more



Young Genoa – a city in northern Italy with a geographical location: the northern part is adjacent to the Apennine Mountains, while the southern side of the city can admire the waters of the Genóise Bay. It is part of the Margherich Sea, the name of which refers to the fact that it is the … Read more



Paedia – a city located in the north of Italy, founded by the Turks in the first millennium of our era. At that time, the village was known as Patavion, the origin of which is attributed to the river Pau (on the plane Padus). For the first time Padua is mentioned in «Enneidae» by Herodias, … Read more



The ancient village of Mutina is known since the 3rd century as an ethnic town, then owned by the Gauls of Cyzylline. From 183 A.D. onward, the Roman Empire belonged to Rome. Located on the bustling Emilia Road, the city is growing into the largest city in the region. The raids of the Attylla warriors, … Read more



The town of Trento is located in the ice valley and is surrounded by the Alpine peaks of Viguelana, Pagagnellanele, Manteonte Bendone. Nearby are the lakes of Grarda, Ëèglico, Callejonano and Toblino. In the city flow the rivers Adedia and its tributaries – the Aviciino and the Ferribina. In ancient times there were tribes of … Read more



Pisa is located on the banks of the River Arrhono, in the lowlands between the Pisano Mountains and the Ligurian Sea. The citys name comes from the Latin word risae, which translates to river mouth. This is where Galileo Galilei was born and studied, and where Leo da Vinci grew up on the banks of … Read more



Trieste – an important port of the Adriatic Sea, is first mentioned in the 1st century under the name Teregus, although the village was founded a little earlier. At the beginning of our era, at the time of the Hautavian, the village was fortified with stone walls, though the city was still considered a lonely … Read more



On a plain near the confluence of the Bâtentega and Sililla rivers, in the Veneto region, lies the city of Trevizo, the administrative center of the province under the same name. It is located a little to the north of Venice. In ancient times this area was inhabited by Celtic tribes. The name of the … Read more



Forence is a city of astonishing beauty, it is rightly considered the Athénnes of Italy. The city is located in the northern part of Italy, is not connected to the sea. The ethnic majority of the citys population is Italian (95.66\%), but it also includes Romanians and Albanians. ×The Arno River runs through the whole … Read more



Milano is a large city in northern Italy, located in the West of Italy and the regional center of the country. Moreover, Milan is the financial and economic center of Italy. A few centuries ago, the German name for the city was Mailland. The city covers almost 200 square kilometers and is home to about … Read more



It can hardly be an exaggeration that Bologna, in northern Italy, is one of the oldest and most famous cultural centers of Europe. The history of Bologna goes back to the 6th century, when the Albanians founded a small village called Fellowship on a hill around a shrine. In the 4th century, the city was … Read more



The largest city in the Mediterranean Sea, Kagliari, has been known since ancient times as a Finnish tribe called Kārālis, &Laquo;s Gate of God. A convenient sea cove, fertile fields around it encouraged the rapid growth of the settlement. From the 6th century CE. Caracalis was under the rule of Carafaghan, but the island went … Read more



In northeastern Italy, on the banks of the River Adige, is the beautiful city of Verona. The area of the modern city was inhabited in the third century before our time. In 89 A.D., the present city was occupied by the Roman Colony. Since then, Bereznia has been growing rapidly, and the Romans have built … Read more



Rome is by far one of the most important cities in Europe in terms of monuments and attractions. Hundreds of tourists each year travel to Rome to admire works of architecture, history and art. Rome is a city that combines the past of an ancient city with the present of the bustling capital of Europe. … Read more



Neapolis – One of Italys greatest cities with a rich and interesting history, full of great attractions, parks, palaces and museums, It is in close proximity to the famous Vesuvius volcano, which was destroyed by Pompeii and Herculeanum. A large area of the Old City of Naples, literally breathing history, is made up of the … Read more



Ferrara is an Italian city in the region of Emilia-Romagna. The origin of the name of the city of Férerara has many origins. Some people think it was a girl by the name of Featherrar. The image of the girl is said to have been placed in the marble at the entrance to the cathedral, … Read more



In ancient times the ancient Roman Empire was inhabited by tribes of the Italians, who were overrun by the Gauls, and then by the Gauls in 283 A.D. were defeated by the Umbrians. Archaeologists have found fossils of ancient Germanic ceramics not far from Rome, bearing witness to the presence of ancient Roman colonists. The … Read more



Turin – a large city, located in the northwest of Italy, with the fourth highest number of inhabitants in the country. For centuries, the citys geographic location has helped it grow. Today, Turin is one of the most important industrial centers in Italy and one of the largest transport corners in the country. The leading … Read more



In ancient times the area of Monza was inhabited by the inhabitants of the Incense. During Roman rule, the village of Moidolanum was in the shadow of the neighboring Medellum and was a small Roman-Gaelic settlement. After the invasions of the Goths and Guns, the kingdom of Théodore had unexpectedly become a kingdom. The development … Read more



Bari – an italian port city that is the administrative center of a single province. According to some histories, the first settlements appeared in present-day Barye three thousand years ago. During the war with Pyrenees, the Romans took possession of the land. The first records of the fishing village of Baryom date back to the … Read more



Palermo – the capital of Sicily and the administrative center of the province of Palermo. Palermo begins its history in 754 AD as a village founded by the Phoenicians and called Sus (flower). It got its real name – Panormus (which means «always available cave») from the Greeks when the Carrhaginian fleet was basing in … Read more



Amalfi – an Italian city by the sea, near the Salerno Gulf in the Salerno province. The city was the capital of the Maritime Republic in the Middle Ages. Amalfi is the heart of the monument of the World Heritage Site of the South Pacific – the Amalfi Coast. The town is uncommonly picturesque for … Read more



Overall Score 3 Air quality: 53 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 55,000 people GDP: $31,279 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-c Internet: 19 Mbps Best wireless: Vodafone Pay without cash: No, cash only esp. for foreigners Tipping: You are not expected … Read more

Lake Como


Near the Alleghany region, near the Lake District, is the administrative and cultural center of Como, a single province. It is part of the region of Ëîìárdèÿ. It is believed that the ancient city has a Gallic origin. As part of the Roman Empire, it was transferred to the coast of Lake Como by the … Read more



Seiana is one of the largest cities of the Italian province of Tuscany. If we believe the ancient tradition, Ceno and Ascino – the sons of Rhemes and the descendants of Romanus. The brothers fled from Rome, fleeing from their mighty uncle who had killed their father, and found refuge on a hill in Tuscany, … Read more



On the banks of the Sierracho River in the region of Tuscany lies the town of Lucca, the administrative center of the province under the same name. The holy saint of the city is Pauline of Luka. Every year on July 12, citizens traditionally celebrate the city. In the Middle Ages, the main road of … Read more